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 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 24, 2017

Rob Quist Campaigns in Glendive May 18

Democratic nominee for US House of Representatives Rob Quist gave a speech in Glendive at the Makoshika Park Visitors Center on Thursday, May 18th. The speech was a part of the Hands Off Our Health...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 24, 2017

Savage Public School Holds Day of Writing

Savage Public School held its first ever Writing Carnival on May 17th. The carnival, an all-day K-12 event, is intended to open up all avenues of writing for students and to share their work with...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 17, 2017

Trump Jr. Stumps For Gianforte in Eastern MT

A rally was held in Sidney on Thursday May 11th for the campaign of Greg Gianforte, the Republican nominee running for Montana's House seat in the May 25th special election. The seat, vacated after...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 17, 2017

Alexander Public School Holds Technology Showcase, May 8

On Monday, May 8th, Alexander Public School held a STEM & Technology Showcase from 6-8 PM. Represented were students from K-12 who built projects that demonstrated their knowledge of engineering...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 10, 2017

Richland Boys and Girls Club Members Give Book Reading at Sidney Library

Some of the youngest creative members of the community demonstrated their talent at the Sidney-Richland County Library on April 4th. Seven Richland County Boys and Girls Club members were featured at a book reading of original, professionally...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 3, 2017

12th Annual Bra Auction May 5

Cancer is a pervasive health concern in America. Most of us know someone who has battled cancer, or is currently doing so. The Cancer Coalition, in cooperation with the Foundation for Community Care, the Sidney Health Center and the Richland County...

 

Paddlefishing in Montana Opens May 15

It’s about that time of year for anglers to dust off their fishing rods and go down to their prime locations to try their hand at snagging paddlefish. The paddlefish season this year is from May 15th to June 30. However, the season will close...

 

12th Annual Bra Auction May 5

Cancer is a pervasive health concern in America. Most of us know someone who has battled cancer, or is currently doing so. The Cancer Coalition, in cooperation with the Foundation for Community Care, the Sidney Health Center and the Richland County...

 

Bakken Brew Fest Draws Large Crowd

Well over four hundred eager guests were in attendance at the 6th annual Bakken Brew Fest Saturday, April 22 at the Richland County Event Center. Music was provided by the Two Bit Franks, a bluegrass...

 

Watford City First Graders Learn How to Research at the McKenzie County Public Library

One of the events McKenzie County Public Library held for National Library Week was the hosting of 126 first grade students from Watford City Elementary School on April 11th, where the students...

 

Boys and Girls Club Hold Concert at Central Elementary April 12th

On Wednesday, April 12th, the Benion children, Annika, 14, Brontë, 12 and Tarquin, 9, held a concert at the Central Elementary School gymnasium in Sidney, MT. The children are members of the Boys...

 

Sidney-Richland County Public Library Fights Fake News Phenomenon with Online Databases

One of the largest and most affecting debates facing our American life today is the controversy of “fake news” reporting. It has been a polarizing topic that has given doubt to many Americans as to whom they can trust to receive honest...

 

Jayda Strait Honored As MDA Ambassador

Jayda Strait, 6, of Sidney, MT was honored at an assembly at West Side Elementary School on April 4, as the 2017 Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Ambassador for the state of Montana. Each year...

 

New Family and Consumer Sciences Agent at MSU Extension Office

The Richland County MSU Extension Office welcomes its new Family and Consumer Sciences agent, Carrie Krug. Krug, originally from Laurel, MT graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman in 2015...

 

McKenzie Co. Public Library Board Discusses New Bookmobile, March 15

The McKenzie County Public Library Board convened on Wednesday, March 15th to vote from which company the library would purchase a new bookmobile. Among those present were Kathleen Trana, head librarian, Rebecca Cook, the librarian who will drive...

 

Avery Sukut MT Hope Project Recipient

It is devastating to know your child has a terminal illness, and the feeling of helplessness and hopelessness overcomes many parents who deal with such a tragedy. Brent and Lauren Sukut of Sidney, MT...

 

Where to Dump: Knowing Where to Dispose of Refuse During Spring Cleaning

Spring is nearly here, and many of us are preparing to begin our spring cleaning. It is an opportunity, however, to not only care for our homes, but for our great state. Properly disposing of...

 

New Family and Consumer Sciences Agent at MSU Ext. Office

The Richland County MSU Extension Office welcomes its new Family and Consumer Sciences agent, Carrie Krug. Krug, originally from Laurel, MT graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman in 2015...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    March 8, 2017

The Watford City Area Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Corporation Holds Annual Meeting March 1

The Watford City Area Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Corporation held their annual meeting at the Watford City Rough Rider Center on March 1st. The item of the meeting was business...

 

Community Hygge at the McKenzie County Pioneer Museum

The McKenzie County Pioneer Museum held a Community Hygge (pronounced "hoo-gah") on February 10th in Watford City. The Hygge, in honor of the Scandinavian lifestyle of comfort and relaxation, allowed...

 

Ethan Chamberlain, Factory District Grower

It takes a special brand of man to start from very little, seek the knowledge he needs to begin a lifelong career, and begin without hesitation. Ethan Chamberlain, 21 years old of Sidney, MT, is a...

 

Community Hygge Feb. 10 in Watford City

The people of Denmark are considered to be among the happiest in the world despite their harsh winters. During these times, it is a custom to make family, friends and relaxation a top priority. On Friday, February 10th, The McKenzie County Pioneer...

 

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